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CHILD, 1, FATALLY BURNT IN TRAGEDY AT WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

CHILD, 1, FATALLY BURNT IN TRAGEDY AT WALLUMBILLA A 12 months old baby girl died in the Roma Hospital on Wednesday following burns re- ceived in a freak accident at Walllumbilla on Tuesday. She is Elizabeth (Betty), only child of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, a young couple share dairy farming for Mr. Cox on his property 15 miles outside Wallumbilla. They have been in the district only five months. The accident took place on Tuesday morning, when Mr. Johnson took the baby with him in a motor truck to meet the mailman aud collect groceries. Benzine Explosion On the way the truck stalled. Mr. Johnson, in an endeavour to start the engine, used petrol, apparently to prime the carburettor. It ignited and exploded, flames reaching the baby's clothes and setting them alight. Despite frantic attempts by Mr. Johnson, the child was severely burnt before the flames could be extin- guished. She was taken to Wallumbilla, where Ambulance bearers gave immediate first aid before rushinglher to the &amp...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. GLASSON NOW OUT OF DANGER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

MR. GLASSON NOW OUT OF DANGER Condition of Mr. W. Glasson, 70 year-old Treasurer of the Queens- land Turf Club, who was seriously   injured when he tripped and fell down a flight of 15 grandstand steps at the Returned Soldiers' an- nual race meeting at Roma on Saturday, is now reported to be very satisfactory. Mr. Glasson was admitted t0 the Roma Hospital suffering from multiple fractures and dislocation of the right shoulder, a punctured wound on the forehead, abrasions to both knees and one elbow, and severe shock. He bred St. Conel on a Downs stud at Cambooya, and is one of the best known figures in Queensland racing. He has been visiting his son, Mr. W. Glasson, Jnr., who owns a sheep property at Mount Abund- ance, outside Roma. With his son and his wife, Mr. Glas- son is the owner of Brisbane galloper San Fran. Tripped and Felt Saturday's accident took place when Mr. Glasson was about to come down from the stand. He was seen to trip and stumble at the top step. Los...

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INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

INJUNE NOTES 'Xhc monthly meeting 01 the committee oi management of tbs BrnOi N wring Centre was lieid at the Centre on Saturday afternoon last. The bister's Kepoit revealed anulli# busy month, during which 41) cases were treated. Oi these lti were severe cases, 10 were accident cases, and 5 were transported to liuina Hospital. The .membership now slands at 125, and it is Htill hoped to make this a record year for membership. Any mem ber of previous year* who has over looked rejoining iu 1U48 is urged to do so, thus assisting to keep this institu tion iu a sound financial position. Fancy Dress Ball •Saturday night was a gam night for the children of the lnjune Stal.« School, when their annual fancy dress Ijall'Was held iu the Soldiers' Memorial Hall. Judging by the large crowd of adults present the ball is proving one of the most popular annual district events. Over 100 children in a wide range of attractive fancy costumes thronged the dance floor from 8 pjn. to 9 pjn., when the gra...

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SURAT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

SURAT The recent death of Mr. Joseph Butler in the Boma Hospital re moved a prominent citizen of Surat, whose cheery disposition and good characteristics won him a host of friends. "Joe" was a carrier for many years between Yuleba and Sural and latterly from Surat to Bleumorgan, and was one of the most popularly known re sidents of the district'. His passing utter a brief illiiess is greatly regretted, and the community's sympathy is extended to his widow and daughters—Mrs. J, Coote (S.A.), Mrs. N. Green, and son Clarence (Surat). The funeral was largely attended, the service being conducted by the itev. A. Gillespie. Good Falls Recorded Bain during the past fortnight has given a good uplift to pastoral condi tions locally. These have generally been excellent since early last year, and if further storms fall shortly a good summer season will be assured. The river roBe slightly this week fol lowing heavy rain up the stream on Sunday. v The marriage took place at St. David's Church at...

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THE QUEENSLAND SHOP ASSISTANTS' UNION OF EMPLOYEES Nomination for Office. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

THE QUEENSLAND SHOP ASSIST ANTS' UNION OF EMPLOYEES I Nomination <fo* Office. ■JJOMINATIONS are hereby called for the various offices of the _ State Council, viz., President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Minute Secretary, two (2) representatives from the Greater Bris bane Area, two (2) representatives from the Southern and Western Dis tricts (Ipswich, Toowoomba,Warwick and Boma Districts), and two (2) re presentatives from the Northern and Central Districts (tiympie, Mary borough, Bundaberg and Bockhampton Districts). Nominations are also hereby 'willed for tiie position of Secretary of the Union. Nominations are also hereby culled for the position of Organisers (2) of the Union. Nominations are also hereby called for one District Representative for each of the following Districts:—Too woomba, Warwick, Gympie, Mary, borough, Bundaberg and Rockhttinpton. Nominations are also hereby called for the position of Delegates to the Triennial Conference, to be held in Brisbane durin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

MOTORISTS-. W. P. SCOTT, Dis trict Eepresentative International Haxveatsr Co., Soma, iMm ht i< •wjw @E££l/rprg ESXBOL. .... A. P. GREENFIELD & Co. Pty. Ltd OPTOMETRISTS Will Professionally Visit ROMA From 9 a.m. Friday, Btb, till 5 p.m. Saturday, 61 h; and from 9 a.m. Mon day, Stli, till 5 p.m. Friday, 12th November. And May be Consulted at their Booms at the School of Arts Hotel. (Established over Sixty Tears.) 188-191 GEORGE ST., BRISBANE. DAVE MOYES SADDLER, ARTHUR STREET, ROMA. Saddles and Collars Couuterlined end General Repairs. New Saddles, Bridles, JInmcBB and Leather Goods on Halo. ORDJ2KS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. MARANOA CORDIAL WORKS FOB TOUR CORDIALS 4ENQ *1 ROHA ALL DBINK8 TBUE TO LABEL B. TRAMAOOH1, WXIUMBAM. ST. HATCHING SEASON EXTENDED Owing To tinge Demand AuBtralorp, White Leghorn, Black Orpington, Day or Week. Old Chickens. Government Blood Tested Stock. JBEE FREIGHT & RBABING INBIRBC1IONS Aim Laying Pullota, Breeding Booster* WRITE FOB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

H. R. HOOD (Beg. V.R.C., Q.T.C. and TnttersnH's Olmb) OPERATING ON x V.B.C. DERBY ft MELBOURNE CUP DOUBLE Straight Out V.E.O. DERBY | Straight Ont and Place Melbourne Cap ABB YOU ON MY MAILING LT8TT Tf not. Writ*: Bot 1#4SW, O.P.O.. VrbbMi*. Ptro«*: OAm B4f|t.

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CINDERELLA BALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

CINDERELLA BALL Last Saturday night was child ren's night at the Hibernian Hall, where the Roma Swimming Club held a Cinderella Ball. Dancing commenced ill S o'clock, and the floor was crowded with children oj all ages, a large number of whom were in fancy dress. It wonld he impossible to mention all those In fancy costume by name, but the cuminitlco were delighted to Bee so many helping to make the evening so «ay. As niiiu o'clock drew closer everyone was in u fever of excitement as a fun lare of trumpets heralded llie approach of the Fairy Godmother (Margaret Taylor). T'O the roll of the drum., she walked across the stage and down the centre of the hall and knocked three times on the front doors. Immediately the doors opened, and I lie coach with Cinderella (l'at Don ald j Seated in it, was sluwly drawn into the hall by lour little sailor boyB (Mervyn Taylor, Billy Tuite, Michael lieick and Kevin Ueran), who drew the coach around the hall and then to tilt foot of the stage steps. ...

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FLEMINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

FLEM1NGT0N SANDOWN HUEDLE 2M. (1.15).— Latani 12.7, Gallant Gentleman 11.12, Nolte 11.3, Beynard 10.11, Lugano 10.7 Sea Buler 9.12, Grave Leader 9.8, Bohana 9.7, Manalaeus 9.5, Tarakin 9.3, Elastin 9.2, Kungelinca 9.1, Biver Princess 9.0. EAWDON STAKES, 5F. (1.50). — Eclair 8.0, Eros 8.0, Golden Field 8.0, Hunch 8.0, Latch Key 8.0, Magnetic Bocks 8.0, Mr. Pirn 8.0, New Mon arch 8.0, Nucliat 8.0, Pine Cove 8.0, Sir Lochicl 8.0, Bearette 7.9, El Ameena 7.9, Mytlios 7.9, Bover'6 Mark 7.9, Sari 7.9, Zezette 7.9. CAPTAIN ROBINSON HANDICAP, 10F. (2.25).—Good Idea 8.11, Master Dash 8.5, Ellcrslie 7.12, Tea Cflkc 7.12, Colin's Pride 7.7, Kong Meng 7.7, Blytibsome 7.5, Biot 7.2, Garagul 7.0, Solitas 7.0. W1LLXAMSTOWN OtJP, 13F. (3.15). —Howe 9.7, Valeurl fl.l, Karachi 8.6, Buonarotti Boy 8.3, Bed Fury 8.2, Saxony 8.0, Authelion 7.12, Gaynoss 7.30, Bold John 7.5, WeBtralian 7.6, Lincoln 6.10, Hoyle 6.7. STRAND HANDICAP, 6F. (3.55). — Hellenist 8.12, Gal way Pipe 8.11, Rivgr Horo 8.11, Panmure...

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WHEN... [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

Wlttfl... Yesterday was Armistice Day. i'o honour the occasion, a reader forwarded the following poem, which he wrote while serving with the A.Li', in Africa in Uie dark early days ol .World War 11. Wlien die seas be xree ior an ships again, When tne fields of battle are tilled fox grain, Wjhen uie siues are clear to tue distant stars— Then man lias triumphed o'er' the wax . 'god, Har*. Wfiea nations toil in common labour, When racial barriers bar na neighbour, Whe the yen rights -wrong instead ol the sword— Then man has triumphed in the ways of the Lord. When the errors bygone are adjusted, as should, c When men live together lor to-mor row 's good, Wjhen love takes power Instead 'of pelf Then has triumphed o'er mam himself. 7. McO. !

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RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

RANDWICK KINDEEGAETEN STAKES, 5F.! (1.0).—Vicereine 8.12, Eloise 8.5. Film 8.S, Bapide 8.5, Sun Dancer B.5, Scotch 8.5, Ferocious Lass 8.5, Dux 8.5, De vonia 8.5, Boudoir 3.5, High Bails 8.5, Mona's Choice 8.5, Brevity 8.5, Badis 8.5, Debiut 8.5. NOVICE HANDICAP, 13F. (1.35).— Competitor 9.0, Ever Faithful 8.13, Bockfellow 8.7, Khedive 8.7, Tamunga 8.5, Bialto 8.4, Florida 8.2, Eoyol Show 8.0, Mr. Stanaway 8.0, Crownull 7.12, My Ballerina 7.11, Halgoro 7.11, Gray Phantom 7.11, Bambler's Joy 7.9, High Admiral 7.9, Hindu Kush 7.7, Stony 7.7, Lofty Fox 7.7. JUNIOR STAKES, 5F. (2.10):—Bon oith 8.12, Grand Applause 8.12, Blazer 8.5, Battlowysfl' 8.oj Gay Bonald 8.5, Pot Hooks 8.6, Golden Brew 8.5, Beau Caste 8.5, Golden Tan 8.5, Cliitral 8.5, Orestes 8.5, Informal 8.5. BOB8LE7 HANDICAP, OF. (2.45). —The Groom 9.5, Gay Monarch 9.3, Great Trek 9.2, Glencrag 8.10, Mono gram 8.2, Ladyship 7.11, Vermeil 7.10, Young Veilmond 7.9, Cadet 7.9, Tartan Girl 7.7, Keepros 7.3, Blue Ensign 7.3, Chroni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

Drouijn's 'M?OOUIRLL ST RDMfl Good Morning. Fashion its where you find il and you who know clot lies will approve tjie distinguished designs on dis l'lny in our Showrooms. An inspection of our FKOCKS will quicken the beat <>■■ any fem inine heart, fiucli brands as Ade lyn, ModoUi1, Harbour and Cormau in a lavisli array of colour and de sign enn be yours, and 1 lie prii-e is right. Perfect partners for .-un frock and for sheer loveliness mid ladder free life: STOCKINGS— STOCKINGS — STOCKING R—all sliadcs and qnailitics available. Now for tlie menfolk—Our liats ■will ffo straight to your head. AKUBKAS. CORONETS and FAYRGFIELDS are in our display shelves awaiting your pleasure. Priccs ranging from 25/6 to 32/6. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL FEATURES Men's Fancy Hose (made ia Eng land), super quality. A gift at 9/6 per pair. Boys' Fancy Top all wool llowe, all sizes. Men's Cotton Briefs, elastic waist band, excellent value at 6/6 per pair. Dr> othjn P.S.: We suggest you SHOl' EAB...

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Acceptances 3 States EAGLE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

Acceptances 3 Slates EAGLE FARM NOTICE HANDICAP, JM., list Div. (1-..3U^.-—K1 Galiilu 9.-j J3illie Uoo 8.1), Count's Fiifct 8.7, J':uidusto S 3, (Grec ian i-'ort i. 1J, Gold Sound 7. AO, Hi. Paul 7.0, Corvala 7.8, Wcarwool 7.i, Sir 'JVrcian 7.(i, 'JV i'aurala.7.0, Fasl and 7.3, Koyal 'i'juiup 7.3, Ln:iIijuui 7.1', 'A'cnntion 7.U, iJoiiny J,:id 7.(1, Coiigliiil 7.0, Gipsy Scholar 7.U, lii'lwyn Lady 7.0, PenUiless 7.0. M.CDOUOALL S'i'AKGS, 5Ff. (1.10). —Intrinsic 8.0, Air Hope 8.0, Jvittv l'iuto 8.0, Lady Uwyn 8.0, -Mimauiir 8.0, Drown Skirl 8.0, Sony of Love 8.0, (Jay Fashion 8.0, Evan's litiuil !>.0, JLornn Kay 8.0. Snow I)oll 8.0, Dainty Lady 8.0. FLYING HANDICAP, 7K (2.i0>. — Fell Force 8.0, l'atuna H.2, Dancing 8.2, Silk Dine 7.10, Bahtlicon 7.7, Clnmec Shot 7.(i, Sleepy liybol 7.3, Omit 7.4, l'loud Monasli 7.1, Wild Buck 7.3, TCitram 7.1!, Guronimo 7.0, Bright Laddie 7.0. QUEENSLAND CUP, 211. (3.r, j. _ Sefiona 8.12, Hyotto (inc. 51lj. pen.) 8.1, 121 Senor 8.0, fly Bird 7....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

ADDITIONAL [ SERVICES 4 < > " * ► iilUUiiAMJ ' ; to OAKJiV - liOMA - MITCHELL j and Return Every Wednesday & Saturday J < ► * 4 BRISBANE - DALBY - CliAttLEVILLE 3 aud Uetum Every Saturday * i * BRISBANE - 3>ALBY - CliAli LEVILLE - QUILPIE J J ami Ilclurii Alternate Saturdays < > ► ; Local Agent:— ] FOVVLES & 8FJSNCBB Pty. Ltd. j PHONE 177. j m AliSiRALiAN ESTATES CO. LTD^ SiAlfc-WiDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Brokers, tat Stock Salesmen Stock an! Station Agents, Property Salesmen IflfcKltiANDlSE WOOL: i i'v ■-un: iisrlaios"—Cousin j our woui to "instates ' Jiuiiiuba. Oux ''•Oiiy suiiuij' uijjuiicuco viibutub mavinnmi results.' Liberal advances made uguuiM emsueiiig vlijj. i'AT fciiotJJi.: i,ei uh au >our woiryiug—we will older tiucks lpr.you, obuiin permits, irudP and consign j-uui' A'ata to "Tiie Estates,'' (Jauaon Hill, wJiere oju- cxpiMiisuced cubbura a ad salesmen will eueuie prices lor you.' ' ti'iOlii^ tilUUii.: vviic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

NOTICE T>B. W. W. FEATHER wishes to ad vise Ms clients that he will be away from his practice during Decem ber on holidays. His practice will be carried on during his absence by Dr. W. Holjart, of Toowoomba. ROMA HOSPITALS BOARD p<OOK required at Roma Hospital; award rates and conditions. Ap plications to state previous experience | and to be lodged with Secretary, Hos jpitals Board, Boma. ANNUAL MASONIC BALL Roma, Friday, November 12. Tickets: Gent 10/; Lady 6/; Double 12/6. PHONE ROMA 303 COLIN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN FOB YOUE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS. REPAIRS, COUNTRY LIGHTING PLANTS. REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Ai'"n1: "Kelvinntor"—"Electric. MAI!!' LAlfKIN (commonly knuvvu as and in the Will called Mary Ellen Jjarkin) late of "Niltko Park," Juuksqu, Widow, deceased. A FTElt fourteen clear days from to A day JAMES LATiTCTN of "Nikko Park" Jackson, Grazier, a lawful son of the deceased, the sole Executor ap pointed by the doeensed's Will dated 24th TW.cinlHtr 30-11 \yjll...

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YOUNG PEOPLE ATTEND FUNERAL OF FRIEND [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

YOUNG PEOPLE ATTEND FUNERAL Of FKlENl) A large number oi young people attended the funeral in Soma on Tuesday of Alexander Thomas James Ooomber, 20, son of Sir. and Mrs. A. Coombor, of Gregory Street. Mr. Coombci'j who bad not been iiii good health lor come time, died iu the Brisbane General Hospital last Satur day. He hud been taken down to lirisbauc on the preceding Thursday to undergo medical treatment. The bodj- was brought back to Koina by train. A former employee of the Mar- ' anoa Trading Company, Mr. Coomber was well knows and liked throughout the town and district. Canon Eva officiated at the (Jliurch service and at the graveside.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

TARA DIGGERS' RODEO FRIDAY & SATURDAY 17th & 18th DECEMBER £160 PROGRAMME £160 OPEN DBAFT, £70 and Cup Valued £10. NOVICE DBAFT, £25; MAIDEN DRAFT £15. BULLOCK BIDING, £10; BUCK .TUMP RIDING £10. Numerous Other Events. Entries and Nomination Foes niUBt be in tlio hands of the Secretary on or before 7tU Becomlior. Campfire Ball on Friday Night, 17th December. B. SHORT, Hon. Sccrctary. PJione 26 Tara. P.O. Box 11. ROMA WELDING WORKS ARTHUR STPKIT. OXY AND ELECTRIC ARC WELDERS \Vi liters oi' al! clauses of Btcol Malls ubk- Cuet, BriBH, Copper, Aluminium, KHiinlcm Rteol, Din C«Bt. Msii n.-irAfaeiiiK to nil Wearing Ports. KAWiTOATINrt TO ORDER. R. RICHARDSON, Proprietor.

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GOOD WHEAT CROP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

, GOOD WHEAT CROP Completion of liarvesting iu the district 'within the next fortnight, provided the weather rfemains fine, should see some record 'Wheat crop figures established. Six thousand bugs of splendid quality wheat have already been doliverod to tlio Eoma grain shed, and the linn! HodgEon-Boma tntiil is expected to be from 25,000 to 30,000 bags. A. total of 12,000 lings have ulready been delivered to the gniin shed at Hodgson, where Mr. J. \V. Brumpton, of' Plain Farm, lias taken off 30 bags to the acre. Mr. E. J. Murray, of Wangarry, has taken off 1800 bags of splen dl'a "grain, 'and is ■sttll harvesting. . aroa- tzfet r oi the- long ■dry spell before harvesting. Of the local crop, however, more than 80 per' cent, is Ql.

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"THE PUBLIC CURATOR ACTS OF 1915 TO 1947" [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

"THE PUBLIC CUBATOB ACTS OF 1016 TO 1947" - ^JOTICE is hereby given lliat on or after the fifth day of January 1949 it is my intention in accordance with the provisions of Section 56A of the aboveiuenlioncd Acts to execute a transfer in favour of COLIN ANDKEW O'CONNOR ol the lauds hereinafter mentioned of which ltlCHAKD DAVID ROBERTS is tlie registered proprietor namely all those pieces of laud situate iu the County of Waldegrave, Parish of Beaufort, being Portion J82V, area 300 acres described in Deed of Grant No. 8CU75 Vulume 1)44 Folio 8H and 1 ortiou 144V, area 159 acres 3 roods 37 perches, described in Deed of Uraut No. 99889 Volume 1177 Folio 149. DATED this fourth day of Novem ber 1948. ALAN FOJiD, The Public Curator of Quecnslaud.

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You would'nt read about it! 1. HURT THUMB. 2. HURT HEAD. 3. HURT TRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

You would'nt read about it! 1. HURT THUMB. 2. HURT HEAD. 13. HURT TRUCK. TJnluckiest man in the Marauoa last Sunday was 42-year.old Syd ney cook, J'oe Elliott. Joe, with two companions, was tra velling from Dnrwlu to Sydney in a utility truck. At midday oil Sunday, preparing a roadside meal of rabbit about 20 miles outside Muckadiila, lie drove a carviiig fork through the base of his thumb. His companions rendered elementary first aid, and then set out post haute for Koma to-seek medical attention. Door Opened Ten miles outside Muckadiila. while turning a corner, the door on the driver's side flew open. The driver was thrown out, followed by Joe, who was sitting in the middli. The third member of the party man aged to halt the truck. In the meantime, the driver bad escaped npne the worse for his fall —but Joe bad now an injured head as well as an injured thumb. Back in the truck again, the party redoubled their efforts to reach .Coma. Just outtide the racecourse on the outskirts of ...

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